Epiphyllum oxypetalum ‘Queen of the Night’ Epiphyllum oxypetalum ‘Queen of the Night’ is also commonly known as the Dutchman’s Pipe Cactus. The Epiphyllum oxypetalum is native to South America and primarily Southern Mexico. Its cultivation has spread worldwide especially in tropical climates and can be found in southeast Asia and China.
20 Cacti and Succulents that Hang or Trail (With Pictures) Cacti and succulents that hang or trail are popular because they can be incorporated both indoor and outdoor. Succulents, in general, are easy to take care of and even people with busy schedules can still keep them alive for many years. Hanging succulents bring interest…
Euphorbia tirucalli ‘Sticks on Fire’ Euphorbia tirucalli ‘Sticks on Fire’ is also known as FIRE STICKS, STICKS OF FIRE, RED CACTUS. The succulent has a shrub-like appearance and produces green stems with pink, orange, yellow or red ends. It is one of the succulent types that create interest wherever they are grown or used in…
15 Poisonous Succulents For Cats Poisonous succulents for cats can cause toxicity and even death to your beloved feline friends. If you are growing different types of succulents indoors or outdoors, it’s important to know which ones are dangerous for your cat.
How often to water cactus indoors? If you are wondering how often to water cactus indoors you are not alone. The ideal watering time is dependent on aspects such as the type of cactus, the normal growing season, cactus original habitat as well as the current growing conditions.
Rare Succulents Rare succulents are so spectacular it doesn’t matter how many you own you can never have too many. Once in a while, every succulent lover seeks some rare succulents to add to their collection. Of course, rare is relative because it depends on what is available where you live.
Succulent Favors Succulent favors are perfect gifts for weddings, bridal showers, baby showers, birthdays, parties, even for corporate events. They’re perfectly pleasant reminders of the event and can last a long time. You don’t have to adopt them as the theme for your party.
Snake Plant Bad Luck Snake plant bad luck or sansevieria is sometimes mentioned in Feng Shui where some followers avoid the plant because it can generate discordant and negative energy in the house. The snake plant is commonly known as the mother-in-law’s tongue or the bowstring-hemp and scientifically as the Sansevieria trifasciata.
Palm tree small, medium, and large sizes are available in the market. I visited a friend recently who lives in the suburbs and was intrigued by a gorgeous palm in their yard. I couldn’t help thinking that I should be the proud owner of a beautiful palm tree.
When I think about gifting flowers to someone for a special occasion (‘just because’ is a special occasion by the way) I often find myself considering the flowers with meaning. Although there is a good chance the recipient might not know the meaning behind the flowers, I endeavor not to make any mistakes.